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Expat Interview: Oisin Feeney, A Photographer in Korea

Expat Interview: Oisin Feeney, A Photographer in Korea

“Usually my job and my passion are separate things; The job allows me to stay in a place, the passion allows me to be content there.”

A Glimpse Of Beautiful Prague

A Glimpse Of Beautiful Prague

As part of my 2015 New Year’s Resolution to see one new country every month, I jetted off to beautiful Prague two weeks ago with 5 amazing ladies from GirlCrew Dublin, a great new community that helps people find gig…

A Korean Island Escape – Camping on a Deserted Island

A Korean Island Escape – Camping on a Deserted Island

When I signed up last-minute to a weekend camping trip on a deserted island off the West coast of Korea last weekend, I had no real idea what to expect. As some poor unfortunate soul dropped out on the Friday…

Spring has Sprung

Spring has Sprung

A small taste of the photographs I took last weekend at the Gyeong-Ju Cherry Blossom Festival. No words can fully describe how beautiful spring is in South Korea…even if it only lasts a few weeks! Like this:Like Loading…

St Patrick’s Day Festival Seoul in Photos

St Patrick’s Day Festival Seoul in Photos

Sadly I was too busy on the day to take lots of photos like I usually do, but I thought I would share the few I did take anyway. For a full review of the day, check out THIS POST.…

Mastering the Travel Selfie in Japan

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Fushimi Inari Shrine – A Sea of Orange

One of the highlights from my trip to Japan last October. Like this:Like Loading…

Ankgor Wat Sunrise ~ Cambodia

Watching the sunrise over the ancient temple of Angkor Wat in Cambodia is something that sits firmly at the top of many seasoned travelers bucket lists. I am lucky enough to be able to say that the first sunrise I…

Geisha’s, Temples and Sake Tasting – Kyoto, Japan

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Not beautiful enough to live in Korea

While they loved my dear friend Mandy (a 38-year-old with the skin of a 31-year-old, or so they said with much delight and awe), they kept telling me “smile bigger”, “smile with your eyes” “You’re too awkward” and “Still too awkward”. The 3 hours of sleep I had had the night before, many hours of dancing, cocktails, hours of shopping, match day pints and general tiredness was suddenly catching up with me and I simple did not have the energy to pose like a Korean.

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